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“This is my prince,” she said, patting her swollen belly.

Or the parents, who had crossed picket lines to keep them open?

Caught up in it was 21-year-old Alice Faye Williams, a North Carolina maid’s daughter and high-school dropout who had played at gang war and briefly loved a bodyguard of Malcolm X’s.

She took up with Lumumba, a Panther organizer—and adopted the party rhetoric about “offing oppressor pigs,” speaking often as not within earshot of undercover cops.

Soon, a shotgun-toting squad of them was pounding on her door.

She named him Tupac Amaru—Incan for “shining serpent”—after an 18th-century Peruvian revolutionary whom Spanish colonizers pulled apart with horses.